Originally Posted by bostinks
Glock does put out an annual magazine.
Glock Inc. does not
publish the Glock Autopistols
annual. It's published by Harris Publications in NYC, which publishes many other magazines as well. It usually appears in January and stays on the newstands for about three months.
There are always examples of inconsistent and incorrect information found in each issue. In the 2014 issue:
1. There is an article that claims the G24 has a 5.3-in barrel.
2. It features compensated models that Glock announced in 2013 would be discontinued in January 2014.
3. It lists the G20, G21, G29, and G30 non-SF
models, likewise discontinued in January.
4. It does not
list data for the Gen4 G33, but it does show show a picture of it.
5. It has an article that implies that the G41 has a 5.5-lbf connector, when non-Blue Label versions come with 4.5-lbf connectors.
These and other errors would not be expected in a Glock company publication, yet careless errors like these show up year after year after year. Glock Autopistols
is a profit-making publication for Harris, with some input from Glock that works to the advantage of both. AFAIK, it is not possible to subscribe to its one annual issue.
For good inexpensive all-round firearms magazines, I have dropped the several I once subscribed to, in favor of Guns & Ammo
, plus the NRA's American Rifleman
. They are not Glock-specific, nor even handgun-specific, but they do well enough.